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Polymer Mechanics

, Volume 8, Issue 3, pp 451–454 | Cite as

Origin and spectral composition of the luminescence associated with the fatigure fracture of polymers

  • A. N. Streletskii
  • A. D. Shulyak
  • P. Yu. Butyagin
  • V. S. Erofeev
  • G. A. Patrikeev
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Abstract

The nature of the luminescence associated with the fatigue fracture of polymers, accompanied by intense cracking, and with the growth of an artificial crack has been subjected to analysis. As a result of a comparison of the spectral composition of the luminescence associated with fracture with that of the luminescence produced by other modes of excitation it is concluded that the emission is chiefly attributable to gas-discharge phenomena.

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Polymer Fatigue Fatigue Fracture Spectral Composition Artificial Crack 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • A. N. Streletskii
  • A. D. Shulyak
  • P. Yu. Butyagin
  • V. S. Erofeev
  • G. A. Patrikeev

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